By continuing its legacy, Windows 10 comes up with the same Classic Start menu which was loved by most of its users because of its well-organized structure and user-friendly interface. One of the new features of Windows 10 Start menu is the “Most Used list” which helps you to access your frequently used apps and programs.
When you install Windows 10, you’ll come across some default apps and programs in the Start menu, that might be not useful for you and the best part is that you can easily remove or replace them. Just have a glance at this article to find out how to add or remove most used list items from the Start Menu in Windows 10, by implementing the pictorial steps as explained below.
Steps to add or remove “Most Used List” items from the Start menu in Windows 10
Step 1: Go to the “Start menu” and Right click on that program or app, which you don’t want in your “Most Used” List.
Step 2: Now, go to the “Settings”, by clicking on its icon, in the Start menu.
Step 3: Under the settings, go to “Personalization”.
Step 4: Now, under the Personalization go to “Start” tab, as shown in the figure below.
Step 5: Under start, switch off the “Show most used apps”option.
Step 6: Now, if you want to add some other folder in the Start Menu’s “Most Used” list. Then in the start option under the “settings” you’ll see “Choose which folders appear on start,” just click on that link to open.
Step 7: Now, after clicking on that link, a new window pops open. Here, you’ll see the list of folders, select the items which you want to display on your Start menu.
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